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September 15, 2017


Bob Rossi

About 20+ years ago, my wife and I were at the wine bar Jacques Melac (I believe it was Rue Leon Frot) on the day of the harvest and crush at their miniscule vineyard. They were pouring wine out of the barrel from the prior year's harvest; I believe that barrel was the total production. I don't remember anything about the quality.


Epic Jacques Melac! Lived right next door to the bistro back then. Unforgettable times...

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